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Mayr, A; Reiter, G; Beitzke, D.
[Cardiac magnetic resonance imaging : Trends and developments].
Radiologe. 2020; 60(12):1142-1152 Doi: 10.1007/s00117-020-00766-3 [OPEN ACCESS]
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BACKGROUND: In its almost 25 years of clinical use, cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (CMR) has been developed for a wide range of indications due to the development of robust techniques and their comprehensive validation. CMR-based assessment of cardiac volumes and systolic ventricular function as well as the characterization of focal myocardial scars belongs today to standard cardiac imaging. More recently, the introduction of accelerated acquisition techniques, quantitative myocardial T1- and T2-mapping methods and 4‑dimensional (4D) flow measurements as well as new postprocessing techniques such as myocardial feature tracking have attracted attention. METHODS: This review is based on a comprehensive literature search in the PubMed database on new CMR techniques and their clinical application. RESULTS AND CONCLUSION: This article provides an overview of the latest technical developments in the field of CMR and their possible applications based on the most important clinical MR issues.
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